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Day
20
Month
August
Year
1884
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Public Domain
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Secretary Wade is n Hillsc'.alc. J. 3. Vaughan, medie, '84, is in practlce at Sydney, Ind. Miss Carrie Clements, 'S,'!, teschei n Saline the ensuing year. Frank M. Bingliam, '88, is BpendiDg the summcr in San Francisco. Miss Cora Alien, '84, lias accepted a position in an Illinois ladies' school. Prof. Win. H. Honey, of Ypsilanti, class of '80 has been re-elected principal of the Caro schools. C. F. Adams, assistant in the pharmacy department. returned froin Xevv York state, Monday. Fred W. Arbury, of Flint, class of '8:!, has been elected superintendent of the Fenton schools. Miss Carrie I. Wilmot, '84, wlll teach next year in the Drew Lailies' Seminary, Carmel, N. Y. Slie is now visiting in Watertown that state. The meeting of the regents on the calendar for Monday evening, has been postponed to the evening of the 22d, at 72 o'clock I'. M., by reason of no quorum being present. The meeting was called for the purpose of taking sonie iction upon recent resignations in the law department. Henry C. Lewis, of Culdwater, died at Clifton Springs, N. Y., on August 18th. His art collection is noted througliout tlie west for lts great valué. He left a large fortune, ¦which, with the exception of a few bequests, wil! go to his widow during her life time, and then to the University of Michigan. This will be an addition to the university the valueof which cmi hardly be estimated. The marriage of Mr. George II Brandenburg, of Jackson, and Miss Matie E. Sweeney, of this city, oecurrcd acoordlng to Jast week's annouiioenient, tlii ceremoiiy being performed by J!cv. Futlicr Klerk', at Öt. Thomas' cliurch, at 8i o'clock yestorday mornlng. The brldesmaid was a sister of the brido, Miss Lona Sweeney, and the groomsmun a brother, Willie Sweeney. A reception was given at the residtnce of the bride's párente, 63 E. Ann Street, (Lover's Lane), and a large nuraber of relativos and frlends were in attendance. The presents given the happy couple were both nuinerous and elegant. Home of them exceeding in beauty and value the geueial run of wedding presents. The couple left tor Jnck8011 on the Pacilic expresa last nijfht, where they will reside in the future. Here'á to a long Ufe and a happy one.

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Ann Arbor Courier
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